St George's CE Primary School

  1. Curriculum
  2. Maths


Mathematics equips pupils with a powerful set of tools to understand and change the world.

These tools include fluency, logical reasoning, problem solving and the ability to think in abstract ways.


White Rose Maths 

Teachers follow the Mathematics curriculum explicitly, using the White Rose Maths hub scheme to support them.

Other resources are used to supplement and enhance the work.

Mastery and mastery with greater depth tasks are used to challenge and assess the children’s understanding.

Practical equipment is used widely throughout the school to reinforce the concepts taught and to practice skills learnt.



Take a look at our maths progression document to see how maths learning progresses across the year groups

Maths Progression

We use NUMICON in our maths lessons. 

Numicon is an approach to teaching maths that helps your child to see connections between numbers.

From Oxford University Press, it supports your child as they learn early maths skills in primary school.

It is a multi-sensory way of learning, which means your child learns by seeing and feeling.

Click the picture below to find out more about NUMICON

Children in EYFS to Year 2 have log in details for Numbots

Children from Year 3 - Year 6 have log in details for Times Tables Rock Stars

Click on the pictures to go straight to the websites.

(If your child has forgotten their log in details, please contact their class teacher)

Do you have a child in year 4?

 If so, they will be taking the statutory multiplication tables check (MTC) in June.

The purpose of the check is to determine whether pupils can fluently recall their times tables up to 12, which is essential for future success in mathematics.

It will also help your child’s school to identify pupils who may need additional support.

Multiplication Check Information for Parents



The National Curriculum states that fluency and conceptual understanding of multiplication tables should be developed in tandem because each supports the development of the other.

CLICK HERE to see how we teach the times tables here at St George's